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6 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2010 RoyWllllams Marion Barber Tony Romo G0in' back to CalL.. On August 14 th, the Dallas Cowboys returned to Oxnard California after spending the first half of training camp in San Antonio. After their loss to the Raiders, Coach Phillips decided to have the first two practices without pads and without contact. Defense was sharp, but the offense was sloppy. Offensive worries have been a constant concern for the Cowboys from Dez Bryant's ankle injury to Marc Colombo being carted off the field on Monday with a knee injury.The offense has failed to score a touchdown in the first two preseason games and the O-llne has allowed 11 sacks. The Cowboys played in the Hall of Fame game in early August and started training camp earlier than other teams. Perhaps fatigue has set in? Everything is a mental thing right now,' Patrick Crayton said. "Physically, you're body Is beat up. So, really, you've got to keep telling your body, 'Push it, push it, push it, let's go'When you get tired, that's when you really determlne how mentally focused you can stay."Wlth a little less than four weeks left before the Cowboys open up against theWashing- ton Redskins, It will be a tough task for the offensive coaches to get passed the injuries and get the offense on track. Photos by ROBBY GONZALEZlfor the Hidalgo County Herald Santa Fe. Gold launches exploration . J programin Lordsburg Min ng District Information courtesy SANTA FE GOLD ON-LINE NEWSLETTER, August 11, 2010 Santa Fe Gold Corporation (OTCBB: SFEG) iS pleased to announce that it has commenced an exploration program on its extensive ground holdings in the mineral rich Lordsburg Mining District, NM, and as of this date . has completed an aerial mapping survey covering 30 square miles. Data compilation and detailed geologic mapping and sampling are presently underway. These activities will be followed by geo- physical surveys and drilling of prospective targets. The work al- ready has been successful in iden- tifying several attractive explo- ration targets, and more are ex- pected. Recorded historic pro- duction from the Lordsburg Min- ing District, at today's metal prices, has exceeded $1.0 billion in gold, silver and copper. Santa Fe is conducting the Lordsburg exploration program pursuant to its long term strategy of finding sources of ore to fully utilize the excess capacity of thq Lordsburg mill, augmenting ore from its Summit gold-silver mine. This program as well as others in which the company plans to be- come actively involved will be accretive to Santa Fe's bottom line. About Santa Fe Gold: Santa Fe Gold is a U.S.-based mining and exploration enter- prise focused on acquiring and developing gold, silver, copper and industrial mineral properties. Santa Fe controls: (i) the Summit Dickerson is featured GCAG artist Submitted by GCAGISilver City scapes and enjoys doing florals, The Featured Artist at also in oils. She received best Grant County Art Guild for this of show at the Grant County Art Friday, August 20 is Jean Guild Member's show last year Dickerson who does oil land- and also for two years at the Senior Citizens Lunch Menu, Monday, August 23 Baked Ham Sweet Potatoes/Marshmallows Green Beans Cornbread/Margarine Fruit Cocktail Tuesday, August 24 Fidelos Con Came Salad/Dressing Mixed Vegetable Flour Tortilla Orange/Pineapple Mix Wednesday, August 25 Chili Relleno w/Cheese Sauce Tossed Salad/Dressing Pinto Bean Crackers : Fruit Cup Thursday, AUgust 26 Lasagna Honey Glazed Carrots Wheat Garlic Bread Orange Oatmeal Cookie Friday, August 27 Kraut Dog , California Vegetables Baked French Fries Strawberries/Bananas Pumpkin Nut Bread Email us at hcherald or hcherald @ G&M PIERC:IblG Grant County Fair for floral paintjpgs. She took classes from Phyllis Hawman at,the Purple Palette for many years and credits Phyllis for helping de- velop her talent. She also makes Christmas ornaments every year. The featured artist for this Saturday, August 21 is Barbara Kejr. Barbara has been painting in oils and watercolor for 15 years. Her paintings are on dis- play, at the Hearst Gallery in Pinos Altos, as well as Silver Spirit Gallery, GRMC and At Matiz Salon. Recently her wa- tercolor painting "Fountain at Tlaque Plaque" was honored as "Best of Show" in the spring Show of the New Mexico Wa- tercolor Society, Southern Chapter. Kejr's paintings can be seen at The featured artist for Sun- day, August 22 is Sonia Gonzales. The Grant County Art Guild gallery is located in the historic Hearst Church on Golden Avenue in Pinos Altos and is open Friday through Sun- day from 10A .M. to 5 P.M. and exhibits a variety of art as well as crafts. Visitors are invited to visit the gallery and meet the artist. Go to for more information. Located inside the House, 214 E. Motel Drive Lordsbur I y 65 'h '0000.',Birt:hday To MyWife, Our Morn & Nana, Iivia "Ub 400quino, We Love You! From your Family--Joe, Paula & David Inge, Lawrence Anthony & Raquel, Joey, Sheryl, Kolby, AnaMarie &,, Lauren Aquino, Ray Anaya & Amy and Julie Aquino mine and Lordsburg mill in southwestern New Mexico; (ii) a substantial land position at the Lordsburg mill, comprising the core of the Lordsburg Mining D!strict; (iii) the Ortiz gold prop- erty in north-central New Mexico, estimated to contain two million ounces of gold; (iv) the Black Canyon mica mine and process- ing facility near Phoenix, Ari- zona; and (v) a large resource of micaceous iron oxide (MIO) in western Arizona. Santa Fe Gold intends to build a portfolio of high-quality, diversified mineral assets with an emphasis on pre- cious metals. To learn more about Santa Fe Gold, ' visit Lordsburg Bucks winners announced On July 31, 2010, Oasis Compassion Services held their drawing for $1000.00 in Lordsburg Bucks in the park- ing lot of Saucedo's Supermarket. Four-year-old Isaiah Holguin, son of Robert and Zariah Holguin, drew the winning tickets with several onlookers witnessing the event. Winner of the first place $500 gift certificate was Cecilia .Gomez: second place $300 was Sandra McCants; third place $100 was Lucy May; and fourth and fifth place winners of $50 each were Fernando Vera and Randy Rendon. Most of the recipients chose to spend their Lordsburg Bucks at Saucedo's Supermarket, with one winner choosing to spend part of theirs at Ramona's Restau- rant. The stipulation was that win- ners were to spend their winnings in Lordsburg to help boost the local economy. Amid controversy,, C 00nci votes to rename City Hall several minutes of deliberation, he voted to change the name. Rodriguez told the Herald Tuesday that while he did vote for naming the building after, his predec6ssor w.hile sitting on the Council last year, he. has heard from hundreds of local citizens who were not happy with the name designation. "I felt the responsibility to listen to my constituents and I have heard over and Over again that the building should not have been named after Mr. Smith," May6r Rodriguez said. "I was elected to represent the citizens of Lordsburg and that is why I voted to change the name." Furthermore, Rodriguez said the change will not cost the City of Lordsburg much, but will sim- ply involve removing the letters from the exterior of the building and moving items from the lobby, all of which will be done by City crews. Continued from Page 1 the topic pending further public input when Council member Eddie Esquivel made the motion to change the name to Lordsburg City Hall and remove Arthur Clark Smith's name and to re- move the photographs and plaques from the lobby and place them in a more appropriate loca- tion, such as the Chamber of Com- merce or the Museum. City of Lordsburg employee and new City Councilor Elias Ruiz Jr. seconded the motion, forc- ing the Council to vote on the issue. Saucedo and Councilor Ernest Gallegos vehemently voted against the change. Mayor Pro-Tem Arredondo abstained from the issue, without voicing a reason for doing so. Councilman Alex DeLaGarza was not in atten- dance at last Thursday's meeting. With a 2-2 tie on the motion on the floor, Mayor Rodriguez was forced to break the tie. After Foster, adoptive parents needed =n New Mexico Submitted by CYFD but unlike most kids she won't Becoming a foster or adop- eat pizza! When not in the tive parent can make a huge dif- kitchen, she enjoys being out- ference in the life of a child, side, especially when the weather Join us for an information starts to turn warm, as she likes meeting to be held this month of February in your area. Please call Ronny Diaz, CYFD Foster & Adoptive Par- ent Recruiter at (575) 434-5950 ext. 121 for more informa- tion or visit us on the web at Se Habla Espanol Ashleigh Foster or Adopt a New Mexico Youth Name: Ashieigh Age: 14 Grade: 7 th in the new school year Gender: Female watching the flowers begin to grow. Ashleigh's other interests in- clude arts and crafts, watching Hannah Mon- tana, and reading romance' and comedy novels. If your family has animals she will be glad to pitch in a helping hand, especially if there are cats. Ashleigh does not shy away from "girly" col- ors including pink and purple. Her favorite holidays include Christmas because she considers herself a Catholic. She aiso likes to celebrate her birthday but dis- likes Halloween. A family that has training in specialized needs ? Ashleigh would be a reat would most suit Ashleigh because . .. addition to a two-parent family. ,of her n6e@,ft long-term  that can dedicate emotional sun:-r For mo information..: a]0."-:! ',',, port and long-term care to her. adopting or fostering through the ', Ashleigh has an outgoing person- ' New Mexico Children, Youth and  ality and also has a sensitive side. Families Department, please visit .- She enjoys spending time in the or call 1-800- . kitchen learning how to cook -- 432-2075. -:: ",. mm mmmmmmmmm mmm m Open 7 Days a Week! 604 E. Motel Drive 6 AM - 8:30 PM Now Accepting Lordsbur NM " Credit Cards [: 575-542-8989 0 NeTaRTACtE00, tg I ItNk00I00HE r Bu!iiC K We offer Professmonal Services for all aspects of your small business! Including: Payroll ,IMonth!y, Quarterly .& Annual Tax Preparation VFinancial. 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